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Can ya help a noob out?

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May 6th, 2008 at 4:26pm  
Hello all, I just recently purchased a used idirect 3000 router from a friend(atleast I hope he was a friend) My problem is where do I start? He left me w/ about 10 linksys 54g ap's that aint worth a crap. So I ordered a d-link  AirPremier DWL-7700AP that I hope will do the trick. (he was having issues with the linkses rebooting or dropping connection all the time)I called bently walker to try n see if I could sign up using the equiptment I just purchased but they told me I would have to acess the router to give them information about it. Well my problem is I don't know the user name or password or ip nor do I know if the user name or password has ever been changed or not. I have a laptop with a comm port but it's os is vista (no hyper terminal) I have another laptop thats xp but guess what.... no comm port. I have both cables as per the instruction manuel. But like I said I'm a noob at this stuff so if anyone and I mean anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it. And what I mean by help is a step by step with pictures, stick figures, hell shadow puppets (if that's what it takes) instructions:-) I have too much $ invested in this. Oh and by the way I'm working in Afghanistan so the time zone may be a little different. Thanks in advance......
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Reply #1 - May 6th, 2008 at 4:39pm  
Hi this is BentleyWalker there are ways to get in to the modem to get the information, our resident I Direct expert will walk you through this if you can bear with us till Thursday when if you can come on MSN name of the guy is Raja Praveen and his MSN adress is ........................access2raja@hotmail.com
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Reply #2 - May 7th, 2008 at 7:50am  
Sounds Great!!!! I'll give it a shot. After doing some research on this forum I must admit I'm not sure if he renigged on his contract or not (the person I bought the system from)  think that'll be a problem? And If so would I have to buy the whole system again(router, dish, LNB, firewall, etc..etc..?
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